Las Vegas Support Group & Restaurant Info
Posted 05 September 2008 - 06:34 PM
Restaurant’s with Gluten Free Menu’s or that accommodate a gluten free diet, it’s always a good idea to call ahead and speak with management or a head chef prior to your visit. Updated 8/30/08
The Rainforest Cafe in the MGM near the Lion exhibit. Ask for the head chef.
AJ's at Hard Rock
Nobhill at MGM
Joel Robichon at MGM (get concierge help and these MGM places will cater to ya!)
IN N OUT Burger on Tropicana and I -15 -- (Order a Double Double Cheeseburger, Protein Style, no sauce and cheesy fries well done - YUMMY!) - Fast Food~
Mesa Grill in Cesar's Palace (Bobby Flay's restaurant)
Joe's Stone Crab and Steakhouse in Cesar's Forum shops
PF Chang’s is in Planet Hollywood as well as locations off the Strip
Pei Wei has locations around the valley including in Henderson
Chinois in The Forum Shops at Caesar Place has a gluten-free menu
Outback is just north of Harrah’s - other locations throughout the Valley www.outback.com
Maggiano's in Fashion Show Mall (they have gluten-free Pasta) They don't have a
gluten free menu, but if you talk to the chef they prepare your meal themselves.
To make sure there is no contamination and they will make you fresh gluten free
pasta. It is a little pricey, but well worth it for fresh pasta.
Mix Zone Café – Let them know you need Gluten Free they are very knowledgeable and understand the need to use a separate wok and utensils. www.mixzonecafe.com
2202 W Charleston Blvd, #5, Las Vegas, NV 89102 702-388-0708
Cafe Ba Ba Reeba in Fashion Show Mall
Capitol Grille in Fashion show Mall (they have a gluten-free menu)
Call ahead and talk to the manager or concierge of any of the below places - they will help!!!!!
At the restaurants at the Mirage (Samba, Stack, Kokomo's), the chef will usually come out to the table (as long as you don't come in during peak times)
FIX Steakhouse in Bellagio Casino
Potato Valley Café – On Las Vegas Blvd 702-363-7821 Speak w/ Chef or manager
Stack in Mirage Casino
Samba in Mirage Casino
San Francisco Shrimp Bar & Deli – On Fremont Street Las Vegas 702-385-1906 Speak w/ Chef or manager
The Burger Bar in Mandalay Bay Casino
Trattoria Del Luppo in Mandalay Bay Casino (A Wolfgang Puck Restaurant)
Verandah at The Four Seasons Hotel keeps gluten-free pasta on hand, but if you call in advance and speak with a chef they can accommodate your requests. They also order gluten-free bread and can have it with as little as one day’s notice. http://www.fourseaso...gas/dining.html View the sample breakfast menu under bakery to see gluten-free bread listed.
Fleming’s has a gluten-free menu on their website, you kinda have to search for it.
Here is a link:
Sir Galahad’s at the Excalibur can accommodate gluten-free
Aureole at the Mandalay Bay can accommodate gluten-free, but call for reservations and let them know ahead of time.
Burger King is in Harrah’s Casino and McDonald’s is just north of Harrah’s
2 places in the Mirage (I think) Wolfgang Puck's grill and
Emmett's Fish house - both are expensive but very knowledgeable and accomodating.
In N Out Burger is on Tropicana and I-15 - their fries are gluten free and yummy - get the burgers "protein style" - they wrap it in lettuce leaves and serve it or you can order it "flying dutchman style", which is just meat and cheese. In any event, tell them to get a manager and that you need your burger cooked away from the grill as they also put the buns near there.
For breakfast: I would either stick to poached eggs, cheese omelets (except IHOP - they put flour in their omelets) or buy from the grocery store. There are grocery stores on Flamingo and on Tropicana - your concierge should be able to assist. If you are willing to drive a bit, we have two whole foods markets in town. Both are around 20 minutes from the hotel (the one in green valley is likely closer). OR - http://www.fourseaso...gas/dining.html View the sample breakfast menu under bakery to see gluten-free bread listed
Pei Wei www.peiwei.com
Mimi’s Café www.mimiscafe.com
Buca Di Beppo call for gluten-free list
BJ’s Restaurant in Summerlin - Developing a gluten-free Menu 702-853-2300 www.bjsrestaurants.com
Bonefish Grill www.bonefishgrill.com
Claim Jumpers www.claimjumpers.com
Chili’s www.chilis.com email for current info
Macaroni Grill email for current info
Market Grill Café www.marketgrillecafe.com
Mix Zone Café www.mixzonecafe.com
Red Robin America’s Gourmet Burger’s and Spirits, email for info
Tony Roma’s email for up to date info
Denny’s look online for up to date info
Taco Bell www.tacobell.com look in Nutrition file, then under allergies
McDonalds Look on line for most up to date information
El Polo Loco email them for up to date info
Burger King look online for up to date info
Dairy Queen look online for up to date info
Baskin Robbins look online for up to date info
Wendy’s look online for up to date info
Posted 10 May 2011 - 07:19 AM
Posted 26 July 2013 - 08:17 AM
This is an old list and after spending a week here at a conference I find the place pretty allergy unfriendly, Especially the Cosmopolitan Hotel with the except of comme ca which was reasonably priced and the chef bent over backwards to make something gluten free and vegan. The other places didnt get it and would serve gluten-free salad with croutons or grilled veggies with regular soy sauce. Call first when here or ask for the chef to make sure they know what they are doing. I was really surprised considering the foodie reputation the city now has. Better yet come visit Hawaii!
If we try to serve both sides, we cannot stand our own ground.
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